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The Week that Was – 10/28/2013

Last week had a number of interesting developments.  Two of them involved the law, privacy, and security implications. First, the Third Circuit Court ruled that GPS tracking devices attached to vehicles require a probable cause warrant. [9]   I think this is an important ruling for privacy and the 4th Amendment.  I’m a proponent for […]

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The Week That Was – 10/22/2012

Welcome back, sports fans!  We’ve got a decent sized list of links this week.  One of the threads I picked up on was some lingering commentary on the Huawei and ZTE revelation last week.  And when I say revelation, I mean that the mainstream media recently picked up on it.  First, China rounded up 9,000 […]

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The Week That Was – 10/1/2012

This is actually a link dump for the past two weeks. Last week completely got away from me. All the cool kids were bashing passwords the past two weeks. [2], [22-23], [28], [40]  I agree that passwords are not the ideal authentication tool. However, it seems that history has shown that passwords strike the right […]

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The Week(s) that Was (Were) – 8/31/2012

It’s been a tough couple of weeks, sports fans.  I’ve not been good about keeping up on INFOSEC current events and sharing them out with you.  Here is a backlog that has a big blind spot from last week.  Feel free to make any article suggestions I should include from the blind spot and I’ll […]

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